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New World Park, George Town

(3/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • This hawker centre has a good selection of local as well as Asian cuisine. The ice kacang stall here is quite famous as is the curry mee, laksa and Indian rojak. There are also stalls selling Japanese...  more »
  • Although it's probably not the best hawker food you can get in Penang, it is open during lunch time while others tend to be open for dinner only or only one or two stalls. This place has quite a varie...  more »
  • This is a place where local people will go for lunch if they are around the city centre. There is a car park for this place, it is hourly charged. No worry for car park space. The food here is mostly ...  more »
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  • Fruit drinks stall in the middle gives you mostly water and ice instead of a fruit juice. There's another drinks stall and that had pretty nice ice coffee. Food wise, had some things from the chee chong fun stall. Pretty poor and I had eaten these before. Hopefully other stalls are better?
  • My first food stop in Penang is invariably the New World Park Food Court. Its noisy, its clean, its airy and it has awesome food!! If I were you, I would get the pasembur from the first stall and then walk over to get the chee chong fun and yam cake on the other end followed by the fried O'Chiens and CKT from the stall on the opposite end of the Pasembur guy.... Top it up with some fresh coconut and finish it with some ABC, Rojak and Cendol from the dessert stall.. I am not particularly found of the old aunty selling the bubur as she sometimes forgets to put sugar or some other ingredient in it. ok, now I wanna go back to Penang, NOW!
  • A Malaysian Style Kopitiam. Excellet food choices, including the famous Penang Asam Laksa, Curry Mee, Hokkien Mee, Chee Cheong Fun, Char Hor fun. Dont forget to eat the Ang Tau Tsing - ABC or shaved ice with red beans and syrup
  • Great place for uniquely Penang Nasi Lemak! Find on facebook page: Kuta bali nasi lemak
  • Great place for white curry mee. Will try to visit whenever in Penang